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Mar 29, 2013 10:00pm PDT
ships in the last five years. this needs to change." >> it's a one-way street, harry. a one-way street. >> reporter: the coast guard figures the bill for the carnival "triumph" almost was 8.5 million dollars. a fire was $1.5 million, and for the navy, $1.8 million. all picked up by the american taxpayer, not by carnival. carnival corporation headquartered in miami, that's one of their ships right back there. but the company registered in panama. we at "rock center" commissioned s & p capital iq to look into carnival's taxes. this is what they found. on billions in revenue over the last five years, carnival paid a total in federal, state, local, and even international taxes of 0.6%. that's right. less than 1%. >> and the tax code, there is a loophole which they legally can use, but it's disgusting that they do, to avoid paying taxes, and i just -- in america, with an industry that makes so much money like that, it's very depressing and it makes one very, very angry. and i think the public is getting sick of it. >> reporter: if i were micky arison and i were sitting in your office
Mar 15, 2013 10:00pm PDT
done differently. >> i do believe now that i may have gotten to the same place with some changes, some tweaks. >> reporter: do you actually think that you could have ever gotten this job had you not done what you did, rushed forward, taking your reassignment, working around the clock, looking at your blackberry, staying late? >> i think i could have gotten it with some modifications to that behavior. i'm not suggesting at all that it was possible that i would go home at 5:00 every day and that i'd turn down the next opportunity to run a business. i really do believe that there's that extra hour, that extra trip, the one extra thing that really is a diminishing return to your labor over time. >> reporter: she says women are not the only ones who have this problem in corporate america. >> the demands that it places on you are, it's hard to create boundaries with respect to those demands. i don't think that's a woman's issue, i think that's an anybody issue. >> reporter: ironically it was her rising profile at work that led her to her new life with retired new york city firefighter anthon
Mar 1, 2013 10:00pm PST
been banned. now you're about to meet a big reason why the gapes have been changed. a woman of great courage who fought for it. her name is lindsay van. it's one off lindsay vaughn, but with a lot of the same wiring. her story tonight from nbc's kate snow. >> when you watch lindsay van hurl herself down this track, barreling up to 60 miles an hour and then letting go -- you're watching an athlete defy gravity, but you're also seeing history in the making. at 28, lindsay van is training to do something no woman has done before. >> my parents always told me, you know, you can do anything you want. and the thing is if anybody told me i couldn't do it, yes, i can. let me show you, yes, i can. i'm a very stubborn person and that never went over well. >> near the training jumps in her hometown of park city, utah, lindsay is telling me about her passion for ski jumping. >> i feel more comfortable on a ski jump than pretty much anywhere else. >> what does it feel like. >> you put your hand out of the window at 55, 60 miles an hour and imagine that with your whole body. >> lindsay had been sk
Mar 22, 2013 10:00pm PDT
-reflection when i asked him about correcting anything in his past. what thing would you change about yourself if you could? >> i would have gotten into therapy a lot earlier and dealt with stuff. but you know something, i wish -- >> can i just say one thing? >> you know something? i'm actually really comfortable. i've done a lot of work on myself. i'm really happy. i'm the happiest i've been in a long time. the company's in a great place, my partnerships, my kids are in a great place, i love my brothers, i love my wife, i love my kids. i'm in a good place so i can't argue with it. >> remember how our story started? an agent, a doctor and a politician walk into a bar. well, the story ends with brother ari talking about loyalty and brotherhood. just to clear up any ambiguity. >> you know something, somebody crosses us or somebody crosses a friend, they know we're going to be in the trench, if it's appropriate. and i promise you, that we're going to be on their side, and it's going to be a battle. and i think that is also loyalty. there's how we treat people, but also if somebody screws
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